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and this is "the five". >> dana: we're going to have a little fun on the five and not beat up on bob in the "a" block. conspiracy theories. how many people believe in them? do you think aliens landed at roswell. was the moon landing and is big foot real? there is new poll out that just how many americans believe some of this stuff. eric, has your black helicopter dropped you off at fox, did you have any conspiracy theories in mind. >> eric: i do take a black helicopter. they are always there, by the way. [ laughter ] >> are you ready. producer, for five days has promised i could tell the world we are number two in all of cable news in all of 2013. and we run out of time. my conspiracy theater is that porter has known it all along. i thank our wonderful audience for number two and bring them along the ride to number one. >> dana: well played. andrea, you know there were times in capitol hill when you would be getting a ton of calls and people would have a theory, conspiracy theory. often you would think they aren't true but a lot of people think things are true. >> andrea: on some things. i thi
with kimberly guilfoyle, greg gutfeld, eric bolling. and bob beckel. we are in new york city and this is the five. well, you're not going to believe the latest news on the boston terror suspects. you, the hard-working taxpayer, may have been picking up their tab. yep. massachusetts state officials have confirmed that 26-year-old tamerlan tsarnaev, who was killed in a shootout with police was living on tax-pair -- payer funded welfare up until last year. both brothers grew up on welfare with their parents in massachusetts. so there you have it. taxpayers potentially funding jihad. greg, this brother living off welfare with his wife. also both brothers grew up on welfare. if you could get in a boxing ring and if you could slug it out, don't you think could maybe get a job? >> let's face it, a lot of criminals in the united states are on welfare, so this isn't a big surprise. but we have heard of state sponsored terror. the united states is now a state that sponsors terror. it sponsors its own terror. and, frankly, welfare is no different than tenure. we already sponsored terror
♪ ♪ and clean [ bleep ]. >> you know to our resident rap expert. dana, you studied rap extensively bob. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. i never listened to it once? >> this guy is clearly, all those nasty things you talk about. it's harvard. these people invited all kinds of whacko. >> greg: they invited you. >> bob: i protested. but i wouldn't agree with thing this punk says, but what are you going to do? they have the right to hire who they wanted and let it go. >> greg: the rapping doesn't come close and doesn't come close to dana perino. it's boring and stuck in 1994, but it's the fact that -- i'm with you. i don't care who goes there, but at least be fair. you can have a lady hating rapper but not a god fearing christian. a welcome mat for one person becomes a war path for another depending on their political ideologies or their beliefs especially if their beliefs happen to be traditional then they turn on them. that is the problem. >> kimberly: what do you think of this. is harvard doing the right thing? >> eric: it's a performance. these lyrics are no different than any oth
control legislation doa on capitol hill. >> bob: it's dead on arrival. >> you owe me a coke. >> bob: are you asking me. i still believe that the background checks with the exceptions of family members will be a part of this bill. there is certainly no way assault weapons will be in there. it will be a much weaker bill what obama wanted but reality set in with the democrats and senate. reelection is very tough in those states. nra have good lobbyists and made their voices heard. >>> i think the left overreached and bill clinton caused them. they went too far, too fast. president bush pushed for it and andrew cuomo and embarrassingly he had to retool that bill. he was disarming police officers. he was saying, we're going to limit magazines that have seven rounds in them. no such thing, sawyer to break that news. now, he wants to go on honor code system with gun owners? i think second amendment advocates, anybody that has a gun, they shake their head. they get half of this stuff wouldn't be prevented like with adam lanza. let the schools decide whether they want an armed guard just lik
. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: president "o" chalking up another first today. he became the first sitting president the address america's largest abortion provider, planned parenthood. watch! ♪ ♪ >> hello, everybody! >> i want to thank all of you. for the remarkable work that you are doing day in and day out and n providing quality healthcare for women all across america. as long as we have to fight to protect a woman's right to make her own choices about her own health, i want you to know you have a president who will be right there with you, fighting every step of the way. thank you, planned parenthood. god bless you. >> eric: okay. we know how you feel about that group, mr. president. now our viewer what is planned parenthood stands for and remember the president just said he stands behind that group every step of the way. >> if a baby is born on the table, as a result of a botched abortion, what would planned parenthood want to have happen to that c
is cheating off my sheet here. say 10% dislike us or hate us. bob think's it's closer. bigger number. 157 million muslims hate us. if 10%, 5%, 1% or radicalized and would kill us that's one and a half million people who are radicalized to the point where they would want to kill us americans or approximate population. >> saudi arabia. >> pew research centered did a study on this in 2007 where they pulled muslims in america. there is 2.35 million in america. and they asked them specifically is there ever a justification for suicide killings? and it looks like 13 percent said in this country, that there is a justification. that means there is 300,000 supporters of suicide bombing and 117,000 supporters of al qaeda according to pew. 2007. >> this is taught to most of these people from the time they are little kids. if they come into this country, they have had clerics who have been radicalized and anti-american. teachers, parents. is it a big surprise that they are that way? >> i think, you know, would he can go around and around and around and say how awful muslims are. but what we should do
's my life ♪ ♪ >> wow. now we go to our resident rap experten not dana but bob. you studied rap extensively. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. you know, i'm not sure i understand what the big deal is. this guy clearly -- all the nasty things he talks about, but this is harvard. these people invite all kinds of whackos to harvard. >> they invited you. >> they invited me in '89. people protesteded me. i don't agree with a thing this punk says except i don't see how you get a big -- i mean, what are you going to do, ban the right to hire whoever they want? let it go. >> i don't think it's the right thing. number one, the rapping isn't even good. it doesn't come close to dana perino. true. >>da boring, unimaginative, basically stuck in 1994. the thing is, it's the fact that i'm with you. i don't care who goes there, but ate least be fair. you can have a lady hating rapper but not a god fearing christian,ch a welcome mat for e person becoming a war path for another depending on their political ideologies or their beliefs, especially if they have to been somewhat traditional.
presentation. bob, sorry i should know this, wlaets the what's the source of repayment for the loan? >> tax increment from the redevelopment areas. >> okay. the thing i think we need to be careful of is not robbing from phase 2 in order to pay for phase 1. whenever there is a flexible funding source that we think could be to phase 2 and use for phase 1, decrease the likelihood of getting the dtx done. of the revenue sources you have laid out i'm unclear of where you fall into that category. we have to be careful. taking from phase 2, although you say it's a small amount, $10 million, is that already for the first phase? >> that was programmed out in fiscal year 34. it's unlikely available for phase 2 as well. >> okay. that's a relative small amount. the tiffa loan? >> there are two components to the tiff a -- loan. when we entered into agreement with the department of transportation, the interest rate was locked in at a rate that we thought at that time was very attractive rate for the p g a, but as interest rate has declined, it's now below. so if we were to, if did i tive ya grease agree
another margaret thatcher and another ronald reagan. >> i wanted to pick up on that because, bob, earlier today, i was reading about their relationship. nancy reagan today she had -- she put out a statement and it said it is well known that my husband and lady thatcher enjoyed a very special relationship as leaders of their respective countries during one of the most difficult and pivotal periods in modern history. ronni and margaret were political soul mates committed to freedom and resolved to end communism. however their wasn't all sunshine and union corns, right? they had some tough times especially at the beginning with the falkland war and siberian gas line. how is it that two world leaders can have those kinds of fights but also present themselves as allies? outsetme say at the i never agreed with thatcher's politics. let me say this about her and reagan. they were alone as conservative leaders in both in europe and in the united states. their bedrock relationship dealt with communism and with the russians. the soviet union. so that i think kept them together. let's remember, durin
this recommendation. >> and bob, just to clarify, you are saying that we are looking at a saving of up to $17.5 million. >> $17. million is what we are working with. in addition we are looking to discuss the rba guidance area and design team to incorporate those changes for the packages prepared for may of this year. again, we have reviewed, the staff has reviewed the design guidance criteria with dvs securities and sme, the architect, the program management team to identify the most cost-effective and practical means of fulfilling objectives and the guidance criteria. where feasible we have planned for the addressing of the design guidance criteria in phase 2 and we've developed estimates of the cost for addressed the design guidance criteria in phase one of the transit center construction. to ensure the incorporation of those design of guidance criteria, we are seeking an authorization from the board to direct to incorporate those changes into design. and we will be as i mentioned, evaluating the steel bid and coming back to the board with an over all on the budget phase 1 and looking for
to what bob mentioned about privacy. yes, we have something brilliant happened here but it happened because the tools that they are using are the tools that deprive us of any kind of anonymity in our own lives. we will never be able to go anywhere -- chris: i agree. >> we're all going to end up wearing berkas. chris: civil libertarian right or left. don't want a national i.d. card. they already have it. >> it's your neighbors. it's your twitter account. it's social media. chris: four decades ago the country was transfixed by the watergate reporting of bob stein.d and carl here's how the new documentary will air on discovery sunday night sets the scene. with the nixon campaign in full swing. >> this re-election committee would become entangled with a mysterious illegal break-in. >> five men were arrested early saturday while trying to install eavesdropping equipment at the democratic national committee. >> it was the sunday after the burglary, we were the only two that showed up in the office. >> i was in the office that day. i was writing a profile. i said this is a better story tha
they are not in there and you don't know why. >> nothing bob does -- if we loose, everybody has to be quiet. but other than that, everybody can be 100% themselves. >> reporter: of course, it goes without saying, you can have the greatest psychologist or strategist calling the shots but if you don't have the players, chances are the postseason will not await your team. after the as' long shot success of last year, they now face that double-edged sword with great triumph comes expectations. >> the good thing is that nobody is picking us again to win the a.l.s., which is good for us. you look at the rangers and the angels. >> as far as this year, determination and ethic, you have to continually try to get better. if you remain neutral, you are losing ground. our focus this year is to try to find what we were defish the in last year and get better. >> reporter: too -- defishtent last year -- deficient last year and get better. >> reporter: last season, it was about the comebacks and the victories. joe fonzi has more on the as life of pi. >> reddick. left center field. an
and battery cars we know the trust fund is not going to be enough to do what we need to do. >> bob mcdonald has a proposal that sadse get rid of the gas tax and put a tax that will generate more money in virginia. is that something nationally that we should look at? >> in state where is they have raised the sales tax a penny or two and put it in infrastructure, they raised a lot of money, they've helped transit systems, built bridges. these referendums have passed all over america. people get it when it comes to fixing up their roads because everybody has a road in front of their house. everybody drives these roads. a lot of people now are using transit and they know that we have an aging transit system in america. people get it when it comes to how do we do it, how do we pay for it. and governor mcdonald has changed the paradigm so to speak in terms of putting this out as something that is being debated pretty strenuously in virginia. >> is china beating us whether it comes to roads, bridges, and infrastructure? >> china is beating us. we're being beat everywhere. china, asia and in europe
's action. bob phillips is managing partner at spectrum management group whose last two stock picks are up 9% since he told you to buy. gene peroni, asset senior vice president. is bearish in the short term but the dow will bounce back and hit 18,000. we have todd horowitz in the pits of the cme. todd, i want to start with you. again i noticed that the market came back a bit of a we got word of a suspect in the boston bombing. that proved to be erroneous. law enforcement pouring cold water on the story and the market is bouncing around. to what extent is the market being affected by the terror news? >> hi, david, hi, lori. the real terror news is not after effecting market. we had effect monday late in the day after the bomb but the markets bounced back. with ricin and catching of the suspect really had no effect. the market has stayed pretty stoic. it is lower and trying to work its way lower and we're a at a key level. 1550 is the key level. the cash held. if we break we'll go a lot lower. lori: todd, don't you think this market is looking for an excuse to sell off? we've been whipsawed th
's manager of the year, bob melvin, has got to get them answered quickly if this team is to have any chance of repeating in the western division again. though mel definitely has his work cut out for him. >> fly ball. center field. coco! ballgame. western division! the oakland as! >> reporter: the art of managing has certainly changed over the years. the as have gone from the volcanic billy martin to the authoritarian dick williams and all points in between, which worked with yesterday's players to varying degrees. this time around is the very now bob melvin who seems to be the perfect fit for players of this era. his relaxed, personal approach most certainly contributed to all of those swirling comebacks last season. >> there's a lot to left. and that baby is gone! >> reporter: creating an atmosphere of less stress during the high tension late innings, his style, certainly works for his boss. >> i still pinch myself to think a by with this kind of qual -- guy with this kind of quality was available to us particularly having success in seattle not only do we have a professional relationship,
of bob's roles was to look at it from a fiscal lens and he's worked on the world trade center. urs would recommended something and he would say there is a cheaper way to do this. the finances team were also looking at it from a cost perspective. i will let bob talk about this. it's always looked at from a financial point of view. >> if i can just add to that, we have a lot of large projects that i think are kind of -- symbolic buildings or structures here in san francisco, so we are definitely taking a very conservative approach and i look at the stadium and look at us building an arena on a pier and looking at a lot of different structures here in san francisco and i don't see the same level of rigor and when i look at new york, that has millions of people in the city, comparing to san francisco that where we have a million people in the city here in san francisco, so it's important to why when you scale it here to a terminal that is going to transit at the golden gate, at least for time being how to rises to some of the other buildings and structures we talk about. >> okay. let me try
and not beat up on bob. conspiracyat theories. great dinner table talk. how many people actually believe in them? for example, do you think t that aliens landed at roswell? was the moon landing faked and is bigfoot real? there is a new poll out thatea tells us how many americans believe some of thisl stuff. it was kind of surprise. eric, i was wondering, as your black helicopter dropped you off today b at fox, did you have any conspiracyd theories in mind? >> i have one, which by the wayn i did take a black helicopter. they're always there, by the way. >> you're good at them. >> producer for five days now has prommed that i could tell the world that we are number two in all of cable news for the first quarter of 2013. every single day at thend of the show, i was supposed to do it, i run out of time. my shares theory is porter hasr known this all along, he's not doing it. porter, i promise to bring them along to number one. >> well played! well played. andrea, what about you? you worked on capitol hill. you know that there were times when you all of a sudden, your office would get a ton
. a source telling our own heather that the suspect is down. >> let's go to bob ward who is standing by now. what do you make of this, bob? >> well, i heard the gunshot. it had to be about 30 shots. there was a rapid fire barrage. just like a roll of fire crackers getting shot off. and we were -- it's just about a block away from where we were doing our live shot. we are still on arsenal street. over near franklin street right now. and when we pulled up, we see looking at right all kinds of police to the area running to the scene. had their hands on their hips where they would have their guns overhead. there is a state police hospital overhead monitoring the situation. so, heavy police presence here. people here on the street just neighbors here are reacting to this. they think that suspect number two has been found. it's very tense. i'm 50 to 100 yards away. i'm watching what's going on. a lot of movement down here. a lot of the state troopers, all the police officers that were on scene all day long inside the perimeter were being relieved and many of them were re-routed right here a few b
prize. birth caused a sensation. good louise brown was cradled in .he arms of bob edwards commo the record now how the mother was forced to go into hiding from the press even terrain -- .ven during the presidency >> secretly, he did the mother in the car. whovf gave hope to others wanted to conceive. the fertility specialists remember bob edwards as a generous, moderate man. >> i do not think there is another biologist who had such a practical and positive affect on humankind. if you think about all the children and who have been born, all the couples who are happy because they have their own children, it is because bob edwards. >> louise brown says she always regarded bob edwards as like a grandfather. now she now has a son conceived naturally. bob edwards, who was also knighted for his work, once said the most important thing in life is having a child. >> today thousands of immigrants and those who support reform in the immigration system rallied across the country. they gather near the capital to make their voices heard, just as congress is working to finish a comprehensive i
and bring different viewpoints to the subjects because that's our responsibility. >> bob, can i, just top to be helpful with time can you go over the budgetary recommendations. we can go through all the dooms day scenarios. but we are more interested in the fs fiscal lens of this. >> we've had a series of threats, from a budget perspective. there are relatively and were relatively minor structural enhancement required because the building was extra ordinarily robust. as the building begins to move, the structural design of the building had to take into consideration. there were recommendations made with respect to the steel members and the cast notes in an attempt to optimize the cost. we worked with kelly adam son team and partners, we attempted to identify in the glass design of the building ways to find a means to make that glass facade as safe as possible and material connections. for the metal facade you heard bob talked about a savings there. the engineering team in part of our guidance and part under fred's guidance are working on that metal facade, not only the wonderful ace a
matthew welcome to the show. today "the washington post's" bob woodward and "the new york times"'s and cnn's gloria borger and "time" magazine's michael duffy. first up, so much of our politics and supreme court rulings were shaped by the george w. bush presidency. the president talked about how he saw it in his dedication. >> future generations come to the library setting this administration, they will find out we stayed true to our convictions. when our freedom came under attack, we made the tough decisions required to keep the american people safe. chris: today a special extended look at the force that's propel bush, personally and politically, with foreign corespondents who covered bush. two of whom wrote books about him. we will do this with a series of questions today. first, bob and everyone, was george w. bush a better president then most thought he would be when he came in after he lost the popular vote to al gore and took office for the u.s. supreme court settled the florida recount, bob? >> first of all, i hate to do this and argue with your notion that the two wars, iraq and af
, bob becker, and air boling and jesse waters. it is 5:00 in new york city and this is "the five." >> well, we hope that all of you had a happy easter. millions of americans went to church yesterday including president obama. most of you probably didn't hear your priest or your pastor imply that half of the country were racist, massage nistic bigots. that was the easter sunday sermon for the president. the 63-year-old master at st. john's episcopal church in washington, d.c. used his pulpit to deliver a scathing attack on conservative christians. as reported by several muse outlets, he said, quote, it drives me crazy when the captains of the religion right are always calling us back, for blacks to be back in the bus, for women back in the kitchen, for immigrants to be back on their side of the border. and so i'm guessing, eric, this was a very different message than you heard yesterday in church and a lot of us out there. it does seem to mow on a day of inspiration and arguably the holiest day this was not the right message. >> probably not. my priest actually went through john 2
to bring to you in a moment. hello, everyone, i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with bob beckel dana perino and greg gutfeld and eric bowling. this is the five. >> do your children belong to you? or do they belong to the government? now, according to nbc news cable operation it's not you. take a look at nbc new ad featuring one of their stars melissa harris perry a left wing professor at tulane. she thinks children are the property of the collected. listen closely. >> we have never invested as much as much as public education as we should have we have always when a private notion of children. your kid is yours and totally your responsibility. we haven't had a very collective notion of these are our children. so part of it is we have to break through our private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families and recognize that kids belong to whole communities. once its everybody's responsibility and not just the household's, then we start making better investments. >> wow. so once again, another attack on the nuclear family or as we have seen and heard this time befo
work for bob michael described as a moderate republican. has the party changed? >> the party has changed. but the principles haven't changed and the priorities haven't changed. people still come to washington, get elected to the house and senate with the idea, we've got to fix the deficit problem. and what they do is take a chapter or look back at history to see how others did it from opposing parties. it's not that complicated. i come from a part of the country that was once represented by abraham lincoln. abram dirkson who helped lyndon johnson pass the civil rights act. an all--white community. but he did it because it was the right thing for the country. look, we come from a part of the country where people have worked together and corporated together. during the 14 years that bob chief of staff, tip o'neill was the speaker. ronald reagan was the president. during that eight-year period they all worked together to fix social security and the tax cuts which they passed during the recession during 1982 to 1985. they all worked together. they came together and they made progress
tools and direction at aarp.org/possibilities. >> kimberly: hello, everyone, i'm kimberly guilfoyle, bob beckel. dana perino joins us life from texas where history was made today. all five living u.s. presidents gathered together for the dedication of president george w. bush library. 5:00 in new york city. 4:00 in dallas. and this is the 5:00. -- is the five. ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: it was a rare reunion the of the world's most exclusive club. bush presidential center opened on the campus of southern university. >> mr. president, let me say that i'm filled with admiration for you and deep gratitude for you about the great contributions you have made to the most needy people on earth. >> it's a great pleasure to be here to honor our son, our oldest son and this is very special barbara and me and thank you all for coming and to all of those who made this marvelous museum possible, we thank you especially and we're glad to be here. god bless america and thank you very much. >> people began to joke that i was getting so close to the bush family that i had become the black sheep son. [ laughter
. >>> after a public spat, bob woodward sat down for lunch with gene sperling. dan pfeiffer says they had a good laugh and smoothed over their friendship. earlier this year, woodward suggested sperling took an over confrontational e-mail. >>> before we look at the national weather, bill, you have to check this out. >> i don't want to see anything. >> oh, yeah. video of snow. >> i want a picture of miami beach. >> we want you to get rid of this white stuff. slick roads yesterday morning. >> that looks lovely. >> tell me -- >> sandy, we had the nor'easter. that was early november. november, december, january, february, march, now we are in april. six months of snow. >> can you fix this? >> you need winter gloves this morning. in oklahoma of all places, now into april, we have rain changing to sleet and snow outside oklahoma city. very, very rare. that's one of the wet spots. if you are in the southeast, you got soaked yesterday in the golf. now you are watching the rain in tennessee and northern alabama, south carolina in the green, it's light rain filling in. later on this afternoon, watch
but with it comes just about as many questions that need to be answered. last year's manager of the year, bob melvin has got to get them answered quickly if this team is to have any chance of repeating in the western division again. he has definitely got his work cut out for him. >> fry ball. center field ballgame. western division. >> the oakland as have shocked the rangers and the basketball world. >> the art of managing has changed over the years. the as have gone from billy martin to dick williams and all points in between which work with yesterday's players to varying degrees. this time around, it's the very now bob melvin who seems to be the perfect fit for players of this era. his relaxed personable approach most certainly contributed to all the come backs of last season. >> there's a shot to left and that baby is gone. >> creating an atmosphere of less stress during the high tension late innings. his style, certainly works for him. >> i pinch myself to think that a guy with this kind of qualities was available to us and was unemployed. now we have a professional working relationship and pers
you the numbers. bob beck can do that? >> maybe we should have bob goes through the numbers. that's what i'm interested in. >> i wanted to give you the process rational so although we are looking at the protection requirement we put together a world class team of engineers. each experts in fire protection, fire alarms, communication, structural design, hvac, so as recommendations came in from urs, we could not only validate whether they were rational, we looked at the team that they were assembling and with their very specific expertise in these areas try to find the best solution to achieve a rational set of protective design standards. i will turn it back over to bob. >> thank you. >> i also want to -- i think that no one here argues that this is not a world class proposal and i think that we are pleased to see that so much thought has been put into this. but i think the question the board is asking again and again is are we looking at the most cost-effective measures in terms of taxpayer dollars and we need to establish that with a world class system. we can't get everything we
with a lot of practice. otherwise, these just don't go after with thatanage to make happen. >> bob baer thank you so much. i to bring in judge michael mukasey, a former attorney general in the bush administration. judge mukasey, you say way these two suspects acted alone. you also wrote in thewall street journal" will that this is an act of jih obama administration needs are you so sure this was part of a larger moveme look. number the keen and intense islamic interest of the dead defendant, the fact that heéá radicalized there's no reason fori
inspected two days ago, so... yeah, yeah, it's cool, bob. yeah, yeah, you know what? call me tommy. okay, tommy. all right. i'm seeing a lot of tickytacky fouls here. what, he made you go to a handwashing seminar? that's some major b.s. pardon my language, kids. how are you? hello. no sweat off our ass. yeah, that hugo, he kind of had it out for us. ugh. i-i can't stand inspectors like that. you know? makes us look like turds. "no one can make you look like a turd without your permission." eleanor roosevelt. ha! this kid's a trip! funny stuff, funny stuff. you know what? i'm actually, uh... i'm starving. you hungry, ron-ton? you mean eat one of bob's burgers? hugo would never... oh, come on, ron. this guy... (laughs) how tall is this guy? (chuckling): he's pretty tall. the leaning tower of ta... of tall guy. (bob laughs) i'm giving you a hard time, come here. hey, bob, can you grill us up a couple? um... is this part of the inspection? uh, yeah, something i like to call the mouth inspection. (laughing) okay. (continues laughing) whoa! this is incredible! wow, first time i ever got a comp
material but just the concussion of it blows them away and it can cause brain trauma. >> bob orr is in our washington newsroom. bob what are you hearing? >> scott, as you pointed out the boston marathon folks are now labeling this twin bombs, the government will not go that far but i have to tell you that they were preceding down the belief that that is very likely what happened here. i mean what is influencing their thinking here is the coordinated or apparently coordinated nature of this. you have one explosion, that takes place, and then a short time later as you have been showing folks, in a fairly close distance a second explosion, that seems to indicate some level of orchestration, some level of planning and coordination. we want to be careful because there is no hard evidence at this point that these were deliberately planted but if this were to be some kind of attack, domestic or foreign, among the things that those kinds of group was look for would be a high casualty count, a crowded area, it would be an extra plus to do it near an area where there is lots of security, ie the fini
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a long time in jail. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. do not stop taking xarel
, feel the full weight of justice. homeland security correspondent bob orr has been talking to his sources all afternoon and, bob, what can you tell us about the investigation so far? >> reporter: scott, at this hour there is no suspect in custody. we are told, though, by officials that there is a young man who they are talking to who quote/unquote could be potentially linked. but it's very, very early on and it's far too strong to say this is a suspect. this is someone who was seen near the site of the blast acting suspiciously and they have to run that to ground to find out if he had any involvement at all. we know there were two devices that exploded. think had been placed in trash cans. there are also two unexploded devices that were recovered near the finish line and that can be very important because those unexploded bombs and also the remnants of the exploded bombs could provide the kind of forensic evidence that might eventually tell us who put them together, how they were put together and where this attack originated. but right now let's be clear, this is a wide-open inves
and if and when it happens. with that, i'm going to give it over to bob to give it over to the big guy. >> all right. the mayor we have today, please welcome mayor ed lee. [ applause ] . >> good morning, everyone. i thought when bob said he was going to introduce more irish people he was going to introduce me. i'm so glad you are all here today. i was checking to see if everybody was here. i want to thank you. we are coming together on the 107th anniversary. it's a constant reminder. i'm so glad to be working with everyone, the men and women from our department of safety and even today after we speak, we are signing in legislation that the entire board of supervisors and certainly shows with us this morning evidence that we continue to work hard to make sure our city is safe. soft story buildings is next up and we do a top off for the safety buildings for the bonds. we are on it. we are working, we are vigilant. this is the way we honor all of our survivors and the people we remind about the earthquake. thank you again for coming together on this great anniversary. great to see you again,
, a baby alive on the counter for 20 minutes before he was killed. >> bob, what about it? what about the president,t clearly it was on his schedule before the gosnell trial was ongoing. -- >> let me say one thing. that woman who testified should not have testified that way and i'm sure planned parenthood feels sorry for that. for that one in five women in america, one in five that go to planned parenthood for health care and the idea of beating up on planned parenthood because they are just an abortion clinic wrong. they do aus lot of things, breat cancer studies, i mean, you're beating up on a group that's been around for a long time, done good work. >> saying you go to planned parenthood for breast cancer screening is like saying you go to the bar for the free peanuts. by the way, the event is important for obama because it's his voting bloc. fetuses can't vote as a class. they just aren't viable. this was a celebration of you've missiles. he used so many euphimisms. it's not parenthood planning. it's 1-800 abortion. but you can't say that. so you come up with all these weird ways
of marriage as a union between one man and one woman. >>> millionaire bob perry who bankrolled numerous campaigns has died. he was instrumental in the swift vote veterans for truth movement. he backed john kerry. bob perry was 80 years old. >>> "saturday night live" used last week's senate debate on gun reform to open the show. they mocked the congressional defeating. >> we are confident that this bill will pass the senate and it will then go to the house of representatives where it will immediately get shot down. >> that's right. and that is not a metaphor. no, they will literally throw the bill up in the air and shoot it with a gun. i've seen it done. >> and that is your morning dish of scrambled politics. leave it to snl. >>> before we take a look at your forecast, we want you to check it out. this is what happened in bismarck, north dakota, on sunday. they're no strangers to nasty weather, but more than 17 inches of record-breaking snow in mid april is just too much. meanwhile, chaos on the road in minnesota. blizzard conditions caused three semi trucks to clyde. one truck was hauli
thought. >> right now, the five is next. >> hell, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle. with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino and greg gutfeld. this is "the five." >> you are looking live at the denver police academy, where president obam is making his latest push for stricter gun laws. we will have more on that in just a minute. but first, stunning video of former rutgers university basketball coach mike rice, physically and verbally abusing his players. the video shows coach rice firing basketballs at players, hitting them in the back, legs, feet and shoulders. he was heard screaming obscenities and gay slurs at his players. >> rutgers saw the video in december and suspend rice 3 games and fined him $50 thousand. but today, after the video went viral, rutgers fired the coach. what did they wait for? if he was good enough to fire today, why didn't they do it before? >> obviously, because it got to esfn and a lot of people. this story infuriates me. we are in the middle of political correctness to disagree with people or one another or kids. our culture's in decline, but this is an examp
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